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3114   Private Frederick James Dunn
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Dated added: 30/12/2015   Last updated: 14/08/2017
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 5th Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment (British Army)
Died: 16/08/1915 (Killed in Action)
Age: 33
Summary      
Frederick James Dunn was born in Windsor, England about 1882. Previous to moving to Dungannon, Frederick had served four years with the 1st (Volunteer) Battalion Royal Berks Regiment in England. He was married to Edith Mary Dunn. Frederick Dunn had been estate carpenter to the Earl of Ranfurly for over three years. He had also been a section leader in the Dungannon Battalion U.V.F. At the outbreak of war, in August 1914, he joined joining the 6th Inniskillings. He later was transferred to the 5th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment (Pioneers). Corporal Frederick J Dunn was killed in action at Gallipoli on 16 August 1915.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Helles Memorial
  Cape Helles, Gallipoli
Grave Ref: Panel 55
CWGC Casualty 695502
Summary      
The Anzac and Suvla cemeteries are first signposted from the left hand junction of the Eceabat- Bigali Road. From this junction travel into the main Anzac area. Follow the road to Helles, opposite the Kabatepe Museum, at 14.2 kms. take a right turn at the 'T' junction and at 14.3 kms. take the left fork. After a total of 22.8 kms, take a right turn to the memorial along a rough track 500m long. The Helles Memorial stands on the tip of the Gallipoli Peninsula. It takes the form of an obelisk over 30 metres high that can be seen by ships passing through the Dardanelles.
Local Memorial Details

No Memorial Name Townland
1 Dungannon War Memorial - WWI - Panel 3 Dungannon
2 St Annes Church Of Ireland - WWI Dungannon
References and Links
No Link Reference Doc
1 10th Irish Division Website of great-grandson of Pte Frederick Dunn
2 Forum discussion (Gallipoli) Details of Private Frederick James Dunn
3 National Archives UK Medal Card can be purchased here
4 Windsor forum Conversation on Frederick's father - Arthur Deller